2019 ATP Tour Betting Tips, Previews & Predictions

The ATP Tour is the worldwide men's professional tennis circuit organised by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The ATP Tour includes the Grand Slam tournaments - the Australian OpenFrench OpenWimbledon and US Open which are organised by the International Tennis Federation.

Other tournaments on the ATP tour include ATP Tour Masters 1000, ATP Tour 500 series, ATP Tour 250 series, Davis Cup, ATP Finals, Hopman Cup, Laver Cup and Next Gen ATP Finals.

 The ATP World Tour includes high profile tournaments including the Indian Wells Masters, Miami Open, Monte-Carlo Masters, Madrid Open, Italian Open, Canadian Open, Cincinnati Masters, Shanghai Masters, Paris Masters, Rotterdam Open, Dubai Tennis Championships, Barcelona Open, Queen's Club Championships, Halle Open, Washington Open, China Open, Vienna Open and Swiss Indoors.

The ATP Tour ends each season with the Next Gen ATP Finals, ATP Finals and Davis Cup Final.

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ATP Tour History


The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) is the governing body of men’s professional tennis that was formed in September 1972 by Donald Dell, Jack Kramer, and Cliff Drysdale with Drysdale becoming the first President. The ATP was designed to defend the interests of professional tennis players and a continuation of tour competitions known as Grand Prix tennis tournaments and World Championship Tennis (WCT)..

In May 1973 Yugoslavia tennis player Nikola Pilić was suspended for a month by the International Lawn Tennis Federation (ILTF) which meant he would not be allowed to play at Wimbledon. The ATP threatened a boycott, with 81 top players including reigning champion Stan Smith and 13 of the 16 men's seeds not competing at the 1973 Wimbledon Championships.

From 1974 to 1989 the men’s tennis circuit was managed by the Men's International Professional Tennis Council (MIPTC), consisting of representatives from the International Tennis Federation (ITF), the ATP and tournament directors from around the world.

In 1988 there was a player mutiny in the men’s game due to a lack of player representation in the MIPTC. This dissatisfaction resulted in the ATP announcing their withdrawal from the MIPTC and creating their own tour from 1990 onwards. The ATP successfully petitioned the MIPTC to introduce a drug testing rule which made tennis the first professional sport to institute a drug-testing program.

In 2009 the ATP altered the ATP Tour and renamed it the ATP World Tour which consisted of ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 and ATP World Tour 250 tier tournaments. The Tennis Masters Series tournaments became the Masters 1000 level. ATP International Series Gold and ATP International Series events became ATP 500 level and 250 level events respectively.

There were plans to abolish Monte Carlo and Hamburg as Masters Series events which led to protests from players and tournament organisers. Hamburg and Monte Carlo filed lawsuits against the ATP which saw Monte Carlo remain a Masters 1000 tournament. Hamburg became a 500 level event, didn’t accept the decision but had no choice after losing another law suit.

The ATP Tour became the ATP World Tour in 2009 before reverting to the ATP Tour in 2019.

ATP Tour Tournaments


The ATP Tour includes the ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 series, ATP World Tour 250 series, ATP Challenger Tour and ATP Champions Tour for seniors. 

Grand Slam tournaments, Davis Cup, Hopman Cup and the ITF tournaments do not fall under the umbrella of the ATP, but are overseen by the by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the Olympics.

EventNumberPrize money (USD)Winner's ranking pointsGoverned by
Grand Slam 4 Various 2,000 ITF
ATP Finals 1 $4,450,000 1,100–1,500 ATP (2009–present)
ATP Tour Masters 1000 9 $2,450,000 to $3,645,000 1000 ATP
ATP World Tour 500 series 13 $755,000 to $2,100,000 500 ATP
ATP World Tour 250 series 40 $416,000 to $1,024,000 250 ATP
ATP Challenger Tour 178 $40,000 to $220,000 80 to 125 ATP
ITF Men's Circuit 534 $10,000 or $25,000 18 to 35 ITF
Olympics 1 Various 0 IOC

What are the ATP Grand Slams?


The Grand Slam tennis tournaments are also known as majors and are the four most important tennis tournaments. The Grand Slams offer the highest ranking points, prize money, size and strength of field. 

The first Grand Slam is the Australian Open in January, followed by the French Open in May and June. The third Grand Slam is the Wimbledon Championships in June and July, followed by the US Open in August and September. Each Grand Slam is played over two weeks.

The Australian Open and US Open are played on hard courts, the French Open on clay and Wimbledon on grass. The men’s Grand Slam tournaments are organised by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).

What are the ATP Finals?


The ATP Finals is the second highest tier of annual men's tennis tournament after the four Grand Slams. The ATP Finals is a week-long event held annually in November at the O2 Arena in London, England. In November 2021 the ATP Finals will move to Turin, Italy. 

The ATP Finals is the final tournament of the season on the ATP Tour and features the top eight singles players and doubles teams of the ATP Rankings. 

What are the ATP Tour Masters 1000 Tournaments?


The ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournaments were previously called ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, ATP Masters Series, Tennis Masters Series, ATP Super 9, and ATP Championship Series and Single-Week tournaments.

They are the third highest tier of annual men’s tennis tournament behind the four Grand Slam tournaments and the ATP Finals. Results in ATP Tour Masters 1000 events earn players more world ranking points than regular tournaments but not as many as Grand Slams or ATP Finals. 

All Masters Series matches including the finals are decided in best of three-set matches.

The nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments are the Indian Wells Masters, Miami Open, Monte-Carlo Masters, Madrid Open, Italian Open, Canadian Open, Cincinnati Masters, Shanghai Masters and Paris Masters. Another change saw the ATP Finals move from Shanghai, China to London, England

What are the ATP Tour 500 Tournaments?


The ATP Tour 500 tournaments were previously called ATP World Tour 500 tournaments, ATP International Series Gold and ATP Championship Series tournament. They are the fourth highest tier of annual men's tennis tournament after the four Grand Slams, ATP Finals and the ATP Tour Masters 1000.

The 13 ATP Tour 500 tournaments are the Rotterdam Open, Rio Open, Dubai Tennis Championships, Mexican Open, Barcelona Open, Queen's Club Championships, Halle Open, German Open, Washington Open, China Open, Japan Open, Vienna Open and Swiss Indoors.

What are the ATP Tour 250 Tournaments?


The ATP Tour 250 tournaments were previously called ATP World Tour 250 tournaments, ATP International Series and ATP World Series tournaments. They are the lowest tier of annual men’s tennis tournaments on the ATP Tour after the four Grand Slams, ATP Finals, ATP Tour Masters 1000 and ATP Tour 500 tournaments.

The ATP Tour 250 tournaments include the Qatar Open, Maharashtra Open, Brisbane International, Sydney International, Auckland Open, Open Sud de France, Sofia Open, Córdoba Open, New York Open, Buenos Aires Open, Open 13, Delray Beach International, Brasil Open, US Clay Court, Grand Prix Hassan II, Hungarian Open, Bavarian International, Estoril Open, Istanbul Open, Geneva Open, Lyon Open, Stuttgart Open, Rosmalen Grass Court Championships, Eastbourne International, Antalya Open, Hall of Fame Open, Swedish Open, Croatia Open, Atlanta Open, Swiss Open, Los Cabos Open, Austrian Open Kitzbühel, Winston-Salem Open, St. Petersburg Open, Moselle Open, Chengdu Open, Zhuhai Championships, Kremlin Cup, Stockholm Open and Hamburg European Open.

Other ATP Events


The ATP Challenger Tour consists of 178 tournaments, the ITF Men's Circuit has over 500 and the Olympics is also a part of the ATP Tour.

ATP Tour Players


Some of the greatest men's tennis players in history include Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Roy Emerson, Arthur Ashe, John Newcombe, Ilie Năstase, Björn Borg, Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Guillermo Vilas, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander, Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Gustavo Kuerten, Lleyton Hewitt, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

ATP Tour Results


Stay up to date with all the results at the ATP Tour tournaments with the ATP Tour website to gauge which players are improving and climbing up the ATP Rankings. There is tremendous value to be found in the outright betting markets if you can spot players that are going under the radar. 

ATP Tour Free Bets


All major bookmakers will offer free bets for ATP Tour tournaments and other offers including promotions such as enhanced odds and sign-up offers. Our bookmaker reviews will help you choose the best bookmaker to take advantage of these offers and free bets. 

ATP Tour Bet of the Day


We cover all the ATP Tour tournaments with matches part of our bet of the day. We have a bet of the day for each tournament where we pick our best bet from each day of tennis action. Our bet of the day could be a win bet, handicap tip or total games over or under tip.

ATP Tour Live Streaming


Watch matches on the ATP Tour with the bet365 live streaming service. Bet365 have made it easy to switch between live-action and betting markets with funded sports betting account and an internet connection. 

There are a number of sports available including tennis, football, baseball, basketball and cricket. 18+, T&Cs and geo-restrictions may apply, visit bet365 for the full terms and conditions. 

ATP Tour Highlights & Replays


There are so many matches in ATP Tour tournaments and it's impossible to watch them all. Take advantage of the ATP Youtube Channel to watch highlights which will give you much more information than looking at results and statistics. Player interviews, documentaries, shots of the day are other great features.


ATP Tour News


Stay up to date with all the latest news from the ATP Tour at the ATP Tour website. You can find all the relevant news on every tournament, head to head statistics and information to help you stay on top of all the tournaments.

ATP Tour Social Media


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2019 ATP Tour Schedule


StartsTournamentLocationCourtCompetition
31 December Hopman Cup Perth, Australia Hard International
31 December Qatar Open Doha, Qatar Hard ATP Tour 250
31 December Brisbane International Brisbane, Australia Hard ATP Tour 250
31 December Maharashtra Open Pune, India Hard ATP Tour 250
7 January Sydney International Sydney, Australia Hard ATP Tour 250
7 January Auckland Open Auckland, New Zealand Hard ATP Tour 250
14 January Australian Open Melbourne, Australia Hard Grand Slam
28 January Davis Cup Qualifying Round Various Various International
4 February Open Sud de France Montpellier, France Hard ATP Tour 250
4 February Sofia Open  Sofia, Bulgaria Hard ATP Tour 250
4 February Córdoba Open Córdoba, Argentina Clay ATP Tour 250
11 February Rotterdam Open Rotterdam, Netherlands Hard ATP Tour 500
11 February New York Open Uniondale, United States Hard ATP Tour 250
11 February Argentina Open Buenos Aires, Argentina Clay ATP Tour 250
18 February Rio Open Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Clay ATP Tour 500
18 February Open 13 Marseille, France Hard ATP Tour 250
18 February Delray Beach Open Delray Beach, United States Hard ATP Tour 250
25 February Dubai Tennis Championships Dubai, United Arab Emirates Hard ATP Tour 500
25 February Mexican Open Acapulco, Mexico Hard ATP Tour 500
25 February Brasil Open São Paulo, Brazil Clay ATP Tour 250
4 March Indian Wells Masters Indian Wells, United States Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
18 March Miami Open Miami, United States Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
8 April U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships Houston, United States Clay ATP Tour 250
8 April Grand Prix Hassan II Marrakesh, Morocco Clay ATP Tour 250
15 April Monte-Carlo Masters Monte Carlo, Monaco Clay ATP Tour Masters 1000
22 April Barcelona Open Barcelona, Spain Clay ATP Tour 500
22 April Hungarian Open Budapest, Hungary Clay ATP Tour 250
29 April Estoril Open Estoril, Portugal Clay ATP Tour 250
29 April Bavarian International Tennis Championships Munich, Germany Clay ATP Tour 250
6 May Madrid Open Madrid, Spain Clay ATP Tour Masters 1000
13 May Italian Open Rome, Italy Clay ATP Tour Masters 1000
20 May Geneva Open Geneva, Switzerland Clay ATP Tour 250
20 May Lyon Open Lyon, France Clay ATP Tour 250
27 May French Open Paris, France Clay Grand Slam
10 June Stuttgart Open Stuttgart, Germany Grass ATP Tour 250
10 June Rosmalen Grass Court Championships 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Grass ATP Tour 250
17 June Halle Open Halle, Germany Grass ATP Tour 500
17 June Queen's Club Championships London, Great Britain Grass ATP Tour 500
24 June Eastbourne International  Eastbourne, Great Britain  Grass ATP Tour 250 
24 June Antalya Open Antalya, Turkey Grass ATP Tour 250
1 July Wimbledon London, United Kingdom Grass Grand Slam
15 July Hall of Fame Open Newport, United States Grass ATP Tour 250
15 July Swedish Open Båstad, Sweden Clay ATP Tour 250
15 July Croatia Open Umag, Croatia Clay ATP Tour 250
22 July Hamburg European Open Hamburg, Germany Clay ATP Tour 500
22 July Atlanta Open Atlanta, United States Hard ATP Tour 250
22 July Swiss Open Gstaad, Switzerland Clay ATP Tour 250
29 July Washington Open Washington, United States Hard ATP Tour 500
29 July Los Cabos Open Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Hard ATP Tour 250
29 July Austrian Open Kitzbühel, Austria Clay ATP Tour 250
5 August Canadian Open Montreal, Canada Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
12 August Cincinnati Masters Cincinnati, United States Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
19 August Winston-Salem Open Winston-Salem, United States  Hard ATP Tour 250
26 August U.S. Open New York City, United States Hard Grand Slam
16 September Laver Cup Geneva, Switzerland Hard International
16 September St. Petersburg Open St. Petersburg, Russia Hard ATP Tour 250
16 September Moselle Open Metz, France Hard ATP Tour 250
23 September Chengdu Open Chengdu, China Hard ATP Tour 250
23 September Zhuhai Championships Zhuhai, China Hard ATP Tour 250
30 September China Open Beijing, China Hard ATP Tour 500
30 September Japan Open Tokyo, Japan Hard ATP Tour 500
7 October Shanghai Masters Shanghai, China Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
14 October Kremlin Cup Moscow, Russia Hard ATP Tour 250
14 October Stockholm Open Stockholm, Sweden Hard ATP Tour 250
14 October European Open Antwerp, Belgium Hard ATP Tour 250
21 October Vienna Open Vienna, Austria Hard ATP Tour 500
21 October Swiss Indoors Basel, Switzerland Hard ATP Tour 500
28 October Paris Masters Paris, France Hard ATP Tour Masters 1000
4 November Next Gen ATP Finals  Milan, Italy Hard Exhibition
11 November ATP Finals London, Great Britain Hard ATP Finals
18 November Davis Cup Finals Madrid, Spain Hard International

ATP Singles Rankings (at 16 September 2019)


The ATP Rankings are commonly known as the world rankings and are published weekly. The ATP Rankings are used for determining qualification for entry and seeding in all tournaments for singles and doubles.


Points are accrued in tournaments with the exception of the ATP Finals whose points are dropped following tournament. The player with the most points by the end of the season is crowned the world No. 1 of the year.

Ranking Country Player Age Points Tournaments
1
Serbia
Novak Djokovic 32 9,865 16
2
Spain
Rafael Nadal 33 9,225 16
3
Switzerland
RoGermany Federer 38 7,130 17
4
Russia
Daniil Medvedev 23 5,235 25
5
Australiatria
Dominic Thiem 26 4,575 23
6
Germany
Alexander Zverev 22 4,095 24
7
Greece
Stefanos Tsitsipas 21 3,420 28
8
Japan
Kei Nishikori 29 3,375 21
9
Russia
Karen Khachanov 23 2,810 26
10
Spain
Roberto BAustraliatriaista Agut 31 2,575 23
11
Italy
Fabio Fognini 32 2,475 25
12
France
Gael Monfils 33 2,455 21
13
Italy
Matteo Berrettini 23 2,245 24
14
Belgium
David Goffin 28 2,055 25
15
Croatia
Borna Coric 22 2,025 22
16
Argentina
Diego Schwartzman 27 1,995 25
17
Georgia
Nikoloz Basilashvili 27 1,895 26
18
South Africa
Kevin Anderson 33 1,870 15
19
Switzerland
Stan Wawrinka 34 1,805 20
20
USA
John Isner 34 1,805 20
21
Canada
Felix AuGermany-Aliassime 19 1,725 26
22
Argentina
Guido Pella 29 1,655 27
23
France
Benoit Paire 30 1,508 33
24
Canada
Milos Raonic 28 1,450 21
25
Bulgaria
Grigor Dimitrov 28 1,432 21
26
France
Lucas Pouille 25 1,430 22
27
Australia
Nick Kyrgios 24 1,430 21
28
Croatia
Marin Cilic 30 1,410 20
29
Serbia
Dusan Lajovic 29 1,396 26
30
USA
Taylor Fritz 21 1,385 29
31
Australia
Alex de Minaur 20 1,360 23
32
Great Britain
Kyle Edmund 24 1,325 23
33
Canada
Denis Shapovalov 20 1,310 27
34
Chile
Cristian Garin 23 1,297 23
35
Spain
Fernando Verdasco 35 1,265 26
36
Poland
Hubert Hurkacz 22 1,243 27
37
France
Gilles Simon 34 1,240 28
38
Russia
Andrey Rublev 21 1,236 24
39
Germany
Jan-Lennard Struff 29 1,235 25
40
Serbia
Laslo Djere 24 1,210 25
41
France
Richard Gasquet 33 1,200 20
42
Moldova
Radu Albot 29 1,137 30
43
USA
Francences Tiafoe 21 1,060 26
44
Uruguay
Pablo Cuevas 33 1,058 25
45
USA
Sam Querrey 31 1,055 17
46
Spain
Albert Ramos-Vinolas 31 1,050 34
47
Great Britain
Daniel Evans 29 1,038 23
48
Serbia
Miomir Kecmanovic 20 1,029 26
49
Serbia
Filip Krajinovic 27 1,018 21
50
USA
Reilly Opelka 22 1,014 24
51
Italy
Lorenzo Sonego 24 1,013 31
52
Spain
Pablo Andujar 33 1,012 23
53
Australia
Jordan Thompson 25 1,011 29
54
Spain
Feliciano Lopez 37 1,003 20
55
France
Pierre-Hugues Herbert 28 1,003 28
56
Argentina
Juan Ignacio Londero 26 997 25
57
KAZ
Mikhail Kukushkin 31 996 27
58
Japan
Yoshihito Nishioka 23 981 23
59
France
Adrian Mannarino 31 961 31
60
Norway
Casper Ruud 20 955 24
61
France
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 34 955 25
62
Spain
Pablo Carreno Busta 28 897 20
63
Lithuania
Ricardas Berankis 29 892 21
64
Portugal
Joao Sousa 30 891 29
65
France
Ugo Humbert 21 891 32
66
Hungary
Marton Fucsovics 27 885 27
67
Italy
Marco CecChilenato 26 880 31
68
Great Britain
Cameron Norwayrie 24 880 25
69
USA
Tennys SandGreecen 28 871 28
70
Kazakhstan
Alexander Bublik 22 860 28
71
Argentina
Federico Delbonis 28 857 25
72
Argentina
Juan Martin del Potro 30 850 13
73
France
Jeremy Chardy 32 815 28
74
Italy
Andreas Seppi 35 795 29
75
Chile
Nicolas Jarry 23 785 25
76
Slovenia
Aljaz Bedene 30 765 20
77
Spain
Roberto Carballes Baena 26 757 31
78
Croatia
Ivo Karlovic 40 696 23
79
Germany
Philipp Kohlschreiber 35 686 27
80
Italy
Stefano Travaglia 27 666 28
81
Korea Republic
Soonwoo Kwon 21 665 23
82
India
Prajnesh Gunneswaran 29 662 26
83
Bolovia
Hugo Dellien 26 656 28
84
Poland
Kamil Majchrzak 23 655 26
85
Germany
Dominik Koepfer 25 624 28
86
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Damir Dzumhur 27 605 28
87
Romania
Marius Copil 28 605 23
88
USA
Tommy Paul 22 605 25
89
Germany
Peter Gojowczyk 30 604 26
90
Slovakia
Martin Klizan 30 604 22
91
Australia
Alexei Popyrin 20 601 24
92
Italy
Thomas Fabbiano 30 599 22
93
Canada
Brayden Schnur 24 589 28
94
Australia
John Millman 30 586 27
95
USA
Steve Johnson 29 575 26
96
France
Corentin Moutet 20 570 25
97
USA
Bradley Klahn 29 566 24
98
France
Greecegoire Barrere 25 558 23
99
Argentina
Leonardo Mayer 32 555 22
100
Spain
Marcel Granollers 33 551 25

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